Training and development tenders can be demanding for a number of reasons. Dependent on the specific training and development tender you may be required to have multiple different insurance certificates as well as policies and key personnel certifications in order to meet the tender requirements. This is primarily due to the nature of the industry being packed with different types of programmes and fields.
We believe that remaining focused and being prepared are keys to writing immaculate training and development tenders. Our writers have over 10 years of combined experience writing tenders and are available 24/7 to answer your questions on 0410 448 770.
In addition to answering your questions over the phone, our expert writers have put together some guidelines to help you with your training and development tenders.
Remember to remain focused as your write your tender proposal. A tender demands large amounts of information from all parts of your business, from financial sectors to human resource sectors. It is important to be able to procure this information in an effective and timely manner. Whilst doing so it is easy to be distracted and this is where many problems arise for inexperienced tenderers. Remain focused on completing the tender and be on top of any new information you may require to finish the response.
Utilise Win Themes
Many tenderers may not know what a win theme or win strategy is, or perhaps only have a basic understanding of it. A win them addresses the criteria of the tender but then goes beyond it in an attempt to showcase how your business may alleviate some burden off of the procurer’s company. Though there are other types of win themes, being able to demonstrate how your business or organisation can add value on top of the tender criteria is crucial in defeating the competition.
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